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Diagnosing Performance Issues (Part 1 of 8192)





Diagnosing Performance Issues (Part 1 of 8192)

Picture a Rubik’s cube in your mind: at the core is the holy grail of system performance, and every colored tile is a potential bottleneck preventing you from attaining that perfection. On one side, you find database issues, another side is the network, there are the physical servers, and mixed throughout is plain old bad code. Today we’ll focus on a few big red flags related to your physical system resources: CPU, memory and disk.

My CPUs are on FIRE! 

When it comes to CPUs, you need to know one thing and check three:

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Migrating OpenEdge to Linux is Easier than You Think

Migrating OpenEdge to Linux is Easier than You Think

Over the past 10 or so years, the number of [AIX, HPUX, Solaris] to Linux migrations have been increasing steadily, along with the "safe" recommended maximum number of concurrent users. The reason is simple, of course: cost. Unless your OpenEdge application is serving thousands of users, Linux can probably do the job just as well as one of the proprietary Unix flavours. If you have less than 250 concurrent users then this should be a no-brainer for 98% of you.

Here are some points to consider for the OpenEdge migration:

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Kandavel Elangovan
Very useful info!! Waiting for your blog on OE Upgradation
Tuesday, 24 February 2015 13:07
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